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Chart: Who Trump interacted with and their COVID-19 test results

  • President Donald Trump announced that he and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday. 
  • In the days leading up to his diagnosis, Trump interacted with many high-level government officials at several events.
  • Here’s a chart that indicates who they are and what their coronavirus test results show.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

 

President Donald Trump’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis on Friday poses a major health risk to dozens of high-level government officials who he recently interacted with and who could now potentially contract the virus.

Over the past week, Trump attended a series of White House ceremonies and press briefings, traveled to different states for campaign rallies, and participated in the first presidential debate. Members of his staff, administration, family, and supporters were present at the various events. 

Several within Trump’s orbit who may have been exposed to the virus have already taken COVID-19 tests, with

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Chart Industries Expands Liquid Hydrogen and LNG Business with Strategic Agreements

ATLANTA, Oct. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Chart Industries, Inc. (“Chart”) (NASDAQ: GTLS) today completed the previously announced divestiture of its cryobiological products business (MVE Biological Products) to Cryoport, Inc. (“Cryoport”) (NASDAQ: CYRX) for $320 million in cash.

On September 30, 2020, Chart and Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG) executed a master supply agreement for Chart to supply liquid hydrogen storage and transport equipment to Plug and its subsidiaries.  We are excited about this agreement between two strong and experienced companies in the hydrogen value chain.  In conjunction with the agreement, Chart received $7.8 million of equipment orders from Plug that are booked in the third quarter of 2020.

Plug Power is the established leader within the hydrogen economy – using 40 tons of liquid hydrogen per day.  Plug Power is well-positioned in the industry with capabilities in generation, liquefaction and distribution of hydrogen fuel, complementing its industry-leading position in

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USCIS Immigration Update: Dates for Filing Chart

John’s practice encompasses all aspects of immigration and nationality law. John draws on over two decades of experience to help companies and their employees obtain nonimmigrant visas, including B, E, H, J, L, O, and TN visas. He also handles applications for PERM labor certification; extraordinary ability, outstanding researcher, and national interest waiver petitions; adjustment of status procedures; consular processing; and naturalization. John has distinguished himself in the use of legal operations and technology to streamline practices and develop innovative solutions to challenging legal and case production issues. He represents clients in a wide variety of industries, including biotechnology, FinTech, hospitals & health systems, insurance, financial services, retailers, education, consulting, and staffing services.

Prior to joining Mintz, John was a partner in the business immigration group of an international law firm. Earlier, he was an immigration attorney at a Boston-based law firm.

In addition to his practice, John is a

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Chart shows Google is still beating Amazon in a key area of e-commerce

  • Amazon might be the largest e-commerce retailer in the world, but Google is still top of the funnel when consumers are doing their research, according to a new survey.
  • The findings have analysts optimistic for Google’s potential in e-commerce, a space it’s been playing catch-up in for many years.
  • Morgan Stanley analysts also reveal three other reasons they’re bullish on Google: YouTube, Cloud, and a travel sector set for recovery.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

A top Wall Street analyst recently said Google had become less relevant in e-commerce since the pandemic – but new research shows that Google is still the dominant player in one key area of online spending.

Morgan Stanley analysts conducted a survey of US consumers with AlphaWise and discovered that 50% of people researching products are still visiting Google and YouTube first, compared to 26% who prioritize Amazon. 

The survey also found that

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